Question production in agrammatism: the tree pruning hypothesis.

  title={Question production in agrammatism: the tree pruning hypothesis.},
  author={Naama Friedmann},
  journal={Brain and language},
  volume={80 2},
This study investigated question production in agrammatic aphasia, focusing on the comparison between Wh questions and yes/no questions and on the interaction between the question production deficit and language-specific properties. A total of 16 agrammatic aphasics (13 Hebrew speakers, 2 Palestinian Arabic speakers, and 1 English speaker) participated in the study, which included sentence elicitation and repetition tasks. In addition, the patients' spontaneous speech, containing 2272… CONTINUE READING

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